Student & Research Challenges:
G-STIC 2017 Conference
23-25 October 2017
OPPORTUNITIES FOR AIT STUDENTS and JUNIOR RESEARCHERS technological solutions that hold great potential for achieving the Sustainable Development
As a participant, you will not just be invited to pitch your ideas related to any of the Nine technology themes addressed by the G-STIC 2017 conference. You will also be given the opportunity to join the peer review process, and elect the winning pitch within your theme. All winners of the Student & Research Challenges will be invited to participate for free in the G-STIC 2017All winners of the Student & Research Challenges will be invited to participate for free in the G-STIC 2017
WHO CAN JOIN?
The G-STIC 2017 Student Challenge is open to all undergraduate and (post) graduate students, PhD students and junior researchers whose research work is involved with any of these technology themes, are welcome to join the G-STIC 2017
HOW TO PARTICIPATE?
After registering online, you will be invited to submit a pitch within any of these themes:
2. Circular Economy
3. CO2 as a resource
5. ICT as enabling technology
6. Sustainable technology and development
7. Technology for climate change mitigation & adaptation
Whichever challenge you join, your participation doesn’t stop here as you will be invited to help elect the winning pitch within your theme. You will receive a request to evaluate up to 5 pitches on our online platform, providing you with a unique opportunity to interact with other participants.
KICK OFF YOUR PARTICIPATION NOW
You’ve got a smart, original idea on technology that holds potential for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
You want to engage with other students or researchers on technology for SDGs?
You want to ultimately get the opportunity to meet with science, technology & innovation experts at G-STIC 2017 in Brussels?
AND ALL OF THIS FOR FREE!
If you’re joining the Student Challenge, you will be asked to frame your pitch by presenting a 1-page overview of existing SDG-relevant technologies within the theme you’ve selected.
Your short video pitch should then discuss which new technological solution should be developed, and why and how this will make a difference in achieving the SDGs. If you participate in the Research Challenge, you will be invited to provide a 1-page overview of state-of-the-art technologies related to the theme you are contributing to. As part of that overview, you should also identify the technology that – if applied worldwide – has the greatest potential to contribute to achieving the SDGs. Your short video pitch should then illustrate how your personal research goes beyond one or more technologies listed in your overview, and how it impacts achievement of the SDGs.
REGISTER ONLINE: ONGOING
Submit your Pitch: BEFORE 30th JUNE 2017
Participate in Online Preview
CONTACT @ AIT
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